struggle, do not be afraid                                                                              you have nothing to fear

[image description: at the top, two images of drawings on pink paper are shown side by side. together, they read “mom knows best, but your auntie may know more.” below the drawings are two lines of text that separate three more images. the leftmost image is a hand-painted poster that holds a tagalog phrase “makibaka huwag matakot” which translates to “struggle, do not be afraid”. next to that image is a sketch of a ghost looking at its reflection in a rectangular, full-length mirror. the text below the drawing reads “you have nothing to fear”. the last image below the ghost drawing is a close-up detail of a large scale installation with several overlapping family photos of the same Filipina woman tacked onto a yellow pegboard wall.]